Textbook updates, February 14


In the past few months the McMaster Textbook of Internal Medicine has grown in a number of ways. Here’s a quick summary of changes that are worth exploring.

New and updated chapters

New and revised chapters added to the table of contents:

Mobile app updates

Our mobile apps, available for Apple phones and Android devices, continue to receive frequent updates to improve your comfort of use. Some of the recent changes include:

  • A revamped layout for In the Spotlight articles
  • Convenient browsing of contents by jumping directly to different chapter sections using the dedicated Sections icon at the bottom of the screen
  • Improved readability when scrolling through the text
  • Tweaks improving video playback


We are always happy to hear from you. Do you have any suggestions? Could we make something easier and more helpful in your daily practice or studies? Drop us a line at [email protected].

See also
  • Print Edition The print edition of the McMaster Textbook of Internal Medicine is a convenient compact textbook fitting snugly into your scrubs pocket.
  • Textbook now available in the Campus Store The first edition of the McMaster Textbook of Internal Medicine is making its formal debut, fittingly, in time for the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine this month.
  • Mobile Apps Download the McMaster Textbook of Internal Medicine to your phone. Available for iPhones (App Store) and Android devices (Google Play).

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